Rediscovering some film work

I shot this around five years ago on Kodak T-Max 400 film. I happened to find the scan of the negative this week and cleaned up a few stray dust particles and just barely sharpened it (the film scanner was not the best). I shot digital and film simultaneously that day and had a version from the digital shoot I really liked and kind of forgot about the scans of the negatives I did. It was nice to rediscover these shots. I was really just studying contrast and texture relationships and happened to find some screen, some small flashlights and was remodeling my kitchen at the time, so these brushed nickel cabinet knobs became my subject. It was fun and purely experimental, two things I really like.

I shot this around five years ago on Kodak T-Max 400 film.  I happened to find the scan of the negative this week and cleaned up a few stray dust particles and just barely sharpened it (the film scanner was not the best).  I shot digital and film simultaneously that day and had a version from the digital shoot I really liked and kind of forgot about the scans of the negatives I did.  It was nice to rediscover these shots.
 
I was really just studying contrast and texture relationships and happened to find some screen, some small flashlights and was remodeling my kitchen at the time, so these brushed nickel cabinet knobs became my subject.  It was fun and purely experimental, two things I really like.
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